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the same in los angeles where this aerial view shows cars crawling along. some got out on the highway and ran with their luggage to make their flights. around d.c. and philadelphia, part of interstate 76 are flooded after a crash that caused a shutdown for hours. >> no major delays for dull us but there are more than 600 cancellations across the country and more than 6,000 flights delayed because of the bad weather. the majority of the effected flights were in boston, new york and philadelphia. planes as far south as nashville had to be deiced before they could take off. nbc tomorrow costello recorded this video of turbulence on a flight into washington. other passengers worried about missing thanksgiving all together. >> i like my chances of getting there. i just don't know if i'll be on time. >> several airlines are waiving the fees for travelers who have to reschedule because of weather delays. you can get weather conditions any hour of the day by going to the storm team 4 weather app. search nbc washington in the apple store or on google plus. >>> new surveillance video of a poten
... >> nashville... >> nashville... >> los angeles... >> los angeles... >> san francisco... >> san francisco... >> al jazeera america, >> al jazeera america, take a new look at news. take a new look at news. >> al jazeera america is the >> al jazeera america is the only news channel that brings only news channel that brings you live news at the top of you live news at the top of every hour. every hour. >> here are the headlines at >> here are the headlines at this hour. this hour. >> only on al jazeera america. >> only on al jazeera america. more than 11 years ind to prison on wednesday. seven of them were minors who will now go to a juvenile detention facility. they were convicted under the new laws that ban demonstrations without government permission. a town in england honoring its role in america's thanksgiving tradition. the ancient port is where the may flower was built. now they are making a replica. >> today it is a busy port, a lot of ships coming in and going out. but on thank giving we think about the late 1500s that's when the may flower, the pill game ship that sailed in 1620 wa
ago the president boarded at sfo and took off headed for los angeles. he had three stops in san francisco in the 5 hours he was here. >> at one of the stops the president got an earful of hecklers. they say he is not doing enough to address the immigration issue. david stevenson was there as the heckler tried to take over the president's speech and david shows us what the president did after he stopped security from removing that young man. >> reporter: in san francisco president obama spoke to a crowd of 400 on immigration reform. calling for the thuse get on board -- for the house to get on board with the bill. >> we have 11 million people in the county, with no real way to get on the right side of the law. >> reporter: near the end of the remarks, a cry for help from the bleachers. >> we will live up -- [ talking at the same time ] >> reporter: he interrupted the president to call for an tend to deportation. he said the administration has a bad track record on helping undocumented families. >> i am proud of what i have done because i spoke on behalf of undocumented immigrants
getting into his car outside of his parents' home, just outside of los angeles. his lawyer claims richie incognito was not the only teammate bullying his client. he says jonathan martin was having problems with several members of the miami dolphins. martin has left the dolphins, citing emotional distress. incognito has been suspended indefinitely. >>> families who lost loved ones on the old eastern span of the bay bridge will be allowed to go on on the bridge to hold a special memorial service. the idea came in september after the chp granted one plaur's request to go to the spot where her son was killed in 2008 by a drunk driver. newt was there as carol lester placed flowers on the bridge in her son's memory. tomorrow at 10:00 a.m., other families will get the same opportunity. to find out how you can be involved contact the san francisco office of the chp. >>> today, a.c. transit will roll out new buses for service in and out of san francisco. 54 new coach buses like you see here have been purchased. the first 16 start running today. these buses are built locally. they also have free w
hall in los angeles. disney ceo robert iger, said that diane holds a special place in the history of the company. and in the hearts of fans everywhere. she will be greatly missed. she is survived by her husband of 49 years, as well as 7 children and 13 grandchildren. >> something that bob iger sent us all an e-mail letting us know about the passing. and what she has meant to this company. will hold a very special place. >> she was the keeper of the flame. >> yes, she was. thanks. >>> now, to a new ruling coming for airline pilots, perhaps. the faa will soon start targeting obese pilots and air traffic controllers and treating them for possible sleep problems tied to their weight. it's all designed to make all of us who fly safer. and abc's david kerley has the story. >> reporter: obesity. we've called it a national epidemic. occasionally a problem in an aircraft cabin. in the movie "why did i get married?" >> i'm sorry, ma'am, someone your size has to buy two seats. >> reporter: actor/director kevin smith, who calls himself way fat, was asked to get off a plane. this morning, the
. ♪ only from ghirardelli. >>> new details about the evacuation at los angeles international airport last night. we brought you the story as breaking news last night at 11:00. initial reports of gunfire were false. people mistook a car accident outside the arrivals terminal as shots and said a woman had some sort of medical emergency and lost control of her car and hit another woman on the sidewalk finally slamming into a parked car. rescuers took the two women to the hospital. >>> you have to checthis out. tense moments aboard a flight that just landed in atlanta. a passenger caughhe who thing on camera. you're going to see here officers getting on the plane to address a man being disruptive from a flight from fort lauderdale. he started screaming he had a bomb on the plane. the man is taken to the hospital. there's no word on if he is going to face any charges. the rest of the passengers were eventually allowed to get off the plane. >>> new today the united nations says it needs nearly 300 $50 million for disaster aid by those affected by the typhoon in the philippines. the death toll m
to a private dinner at a pacific heights home and he leaves for los angeles. it will result in big headaches as secret service usually shut down the streets surrounding his motorcade. keep that in mind. >> we will have complete coverage of the president's visit and updates on twitter by following us at abc7 news bay area. >> amtrak train from new orleans to new york has derailed in south carolina. they are trying to figure what caused the train to go east track in south carolina, the northern part of the state. the cars all stayed upright and some passengers were taken to local hospitals but no joe injuries reported. 200 as juries -- passengers have to make the trip by bus. >> 61-year-old vet is plummeted with saving a woman's life after she jumped from the coliseum on the third level. fans shouted telling her not to jump but she did. a 61-year-old main veteran stepped in to break the fall. there is in question that the seriously injured fan saved the woman's life. >> he saved her life. but he is seriously hurt. he absolutely saved her life. >> both were rushed by ambulance to a local hospit
from los angeles. amber and derek hough. >> the new champions after a win, amber said she had doubts she would make it this far. >> you can do whatever you put your mind to. i'm really proud of myself. i can say i am. i am very proud evidence myself. >> it is great to see her transformed to be just amazing. >> this is a cherry on top of the sundae accomplish all i did each week was my reward and this is extra, something extra. >> here are the second place finishers. >> i accomplished the goal to make it to the end and to be able to show what we were capable of. it would have been great to get the ball but it is not what it is about the >> she danced to a third place victory. >> i went the distance from start to finish and the only thing is, i don't go home with the mirror ball but making it to the finals was enough to win. >> "dancing with the stars" is goalie over but the store will be back for season 18 in march. >> how could she not win she looks so "glee"ful. >> how many of those actually vote for the dancers. we would like to see her dance even if jack is with her. >> no dancing
reunion for a local girl and her uncle who is living on the streets of los angeles. >> temperatures in the bay area right now pretty comfortable. 40s and 50s outside, and more 60s tomorrow. we'll let you know the full forecast in a couple minutes. >>> an oakland teenager making good on his promise for a organ teenager. they served to the less fortunate. carraway had liver failure when he was 14 years old. since them mim and his family feed the needy every thanksgiving to honor his donor johnny hernandez. >> it's always good to come out and feed people for him. he is not here, and we just have a different impact on people's lives. >> he and his mother feed the homeless in oklahoma once a month, not just on thanksgiving. he said he hopes he encourages others to become organ donors. plenty of people are headed to the coastline to see some big waves. beautiful to watch. people are snapping pictures of the 10 foot swells. it was not large enough to close the pier, but they were big enough to put out alerts. the warning expired late this afternoon. let's bring in rob to talk about our tha
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is to say los angeles isn't a 19th century city. it's a mid-20th century city. it's a city that's strung out. it's not a city that's like chicago is from the park. where you have rings of avenues accessing it it. so people don't have ta clear identification with a single institution. people have identifications with multiple institutions. they don't have the benefit that they are being multigenerational with it. so it's going to sound terrible, but it maybe it's a bit more retail in los angeles. i don't mean exchange of money. it's much more about visits. it's not about integrating that institution yet into one's own narrative and life and family life. >> you get a sense of that by the exhibition where there's a lot of w
. >>> president obama made a stop at dreamworks studios in los angeles before leaving california today. he met with actor jim parsons from the big bang theory and comedian steve martin. he thanked the entertainment industry for in his worsd shaping a world of culture. >>> a bomb shell tonight from one of hollywood's biggest hit makers. brittany hopper on how a top producer became an israeli intelligence ajent. >> he's one of hollywood's biggest producers, but was he leading a double life? >> he's very mistierous exotic figure in hollywood. >> for 20 years, one of the most powerful movie producers in hollywood, born in israel, says he was also a leading israeli intelligence ajent. in a new interview broadcast in israel, a reporter asks about a 1983 instance where he reportedly used actor richard dreyfus to help shet up a meeting between an american nuclear scientist and israeli officials. he says everybody wants to meet a star, and that's how the meeting happened. a-list actor such as ben afflec and robert deniro heard the rumors but say they didn't care. >> i remember some point i had asked ab
of the high-speed rail line being planned from san francisco to los angeles. >> for the peninsula and the silicon valley, this is our bart. we depend on it. we need it. you couldn't drive in this area. we would have total congestion without it. >> reporter: but now a judge has put the brakes on high- speed rail citing concerns that the current plan is not the same package of promises that was sold to voters. and that in turn has put the brakes on much of the high- speed rail money and left caltrans' electricification plans very much in doubt. >> at this point, without identifying any other funding source, i don't know how electricification would go forward. >> reporter: and it's not just caltrain. bart and san francisco's central subway project will also taking a big hit. >> the court determines we have to go to plan b. >> reporter: do you have any idea what plan b is? >> it may be to go back to the voters. i don't know -- certainly not very popular at this point. >> reporter: and i'm not sure when it would be popular. remember that this was supposed to not only be a transportati
, a lot, devin. >>> in other news this morning, a los angeles area hostage situation has now ended with the gunman's surrender. authorities say the mother and her 14-year-old daughter who had been held for nine hours are now safe. when police first arrived at the scene, the gunman opened fire, hitting one officer in the chest. his protective vest saved his life. >>> police in arizona are pouring over new evidence in that house where three sisters were held captive for years. and they have a journal that was kept by one of the oldest girls. the girls were discovered tuesday when two of the sisters escaped out of a window and ran to a neighbor's home. tucson police say the girls were held by their mother and stepfather. that house, by the way, was set up to ensure that the victims were always kept apart. >> the hallways were shielded. it was kind of like a tunnel, that they would build with sheets and partitions to take them directly to the bathroom and back. there's a sense of isolation and loneliness that was established for these girls. >> police say the older girl's journal conta
but it is not widespread. showers are developing and they should remain to the south drifting closer to los angeles. and temperatures are off to a nice start in santa rosa, san francisco 51 and on track oakland should being warming up and by 2:00, we are thinking 63 degrees and by 5:00, we do scale back on the cloud cover into the afternoon hours. forecast for this morning, some patchy fog out there and here is alive camera looking out towards union square and for this afternoon some scattered clouds and temperatures are on track to reach the 60s across most of the region and by the region a try weather forecast but some hazy sunshine and the bulk of the rain fall should remain in the area. and driving to the bay -- drifting to the bay area, this potentially was a rainmaker but for us we will have the cloud cover this morning and skies are coming partly sunny into the afternoon hours and right now it is 27 degrees on track to reach the upper 40s for this afternoon and we have a sun and cloud mix to upper 52 degrees. warmer than that, it is not a big chance. and knock 64 deflows and san mateo 62. h
a tradition. >> reporter: in los angeles people camping out for days. americans by the millions rushing to stores with turkey in their bellies hoping to score the deal of the year. retailers scrambling to keep up. >> last year in the first hour we did 10 million just in the first hour. >> reporter: more stores opening earlier than before. alex perez in chicago. >> this macy's store will be breaking a 155 year tradition opening up right after thanksgiving dinner. it's not just macy's, kohl's and jcpenney will be open on thanksgiving day to get the shoppers inside. >> reporter: the best news for shoppers this year, the deals are better than ever. average discount 35 percent off, up from 25 percent. bargains to fill every room in the house. for the kitchen, kohl's selling this mixer before $229. now $101. or how about a new tv for the family room? this 39 incher usually $330, now $170 at best buy. for your laundry room this new washer drier at kmart, first $6 $670, now $500. the deals as sweet as peek canopy. >> reporter: there are six fewer shopping days between thanksgiving and christmas
barricaded himself inside of a verizon wireless store in los angeles county. it's happening the community of la crescenta north of glendale. no one else believed to be inside but l.a. county sheriff has evacuated all nearby businesses in the strip mall. all of this started around 4:00 this afternoon. >> break news involving a twist in the bait battle between bart and unions. we broke on twitter we've learned unions about to sue bart for voting to approve the contract without a disputed clause. we are live at the daily city bart station. >> reporter: there is a high powered attorney brought ton owe and handle the suit. they have support of the central labor council on this move. it's not about getting the clause put back in, it's about protecting collective bargain proing -- process going forward. >> a lawsuit is not the way to resolve this. no one wins but lawyers >> reporter: after months of negotiations and two worker deaths on the tracks, it appeared bart and unioned union. section 4.8 giving up to six weeks paid family leave. bart voted in november to prove the $67 million deal only
wireless store in los angeles county. it's happening the community of la crescenta north of glendale. no one else believed to be inside but l.a. county sheriff has evacuated all nearby businesses in the strip mall. all of this started around 4:00 this afternoon. >> break news involving a twist in the bait battle between bart and unions. we broke on twitter we've learned unions about to sue bart for voting to approve the contract without a disputed clause. we are live at the daily city bart station. >> reporter: there is a high powered attorney brought ton owe and handle the suit. they have support of the central labor council on this move. it's not about getting the clause put back in, it's about protecting collective bargain proing -- process going forward. >> a lawsuit is not the way to resolve this. no one wins but lawyers >> reporter: after months of negotiations and two worker deaths on the tracks, it appeared bart and unioned union. section 4.8 giving up to six weeks paid family leave. bart voted in november to prove the $67 million deal only if the clause was taken out. now,
heads to his next event in los angeles. reporting live in san francisco, kpix 5. >>> once again air force one is due in at 10:30 this morning. the president will deliver his remarks at the betty ung center about an hour later and head to the fundraiser at the sf jazz center and be back in the air and on his way to los angeles by 3:30. a woman jumped at the colosseum and another fan tried to break her fall, this morning both are injured and in the hospital happened after yesterdays raider/titan game and kpix 5 joins us live from the colosseum with the very latest. good morning, kent. >> reporter: good morning, frank. deputies say without a doubt 100% the good samaritan saved this waps life and if he did not do that she would very likely be dead this morning. the incident happened after the game when the woman climbed off into a closed off section of 301. that was blocked off and covered in tarps. the good samaritan plead with the woman over and over again saying don't do it . the standoff was brief, she jumped and fell 45 feet and the good samaritan actually tried to catch her and br
now, president obama is in los angeles after spending about five hours in the bay area. we showed you his rival in los angeles live during our 5:00 newscast. the first arrived at lack before 5:30, then the president boarded marine one. the fundraising tour continues at the home of basketball great magic johnson. tomorrow, he'll visit dreamworks animation studios for a speech on the economy and will attend another democratic national committee fundraising event. he leaves los angeles for d.c. tomorrow afternoon. >>> a high-profile interruption and high-dollar fundraising, that's the headline. president barack obama made three stops in san francisco. a free event for invited guests and a paid event and fundraiser. during that first public event here, he was heckled by a former u.c. berkeley student. nbc has more on what happened and more on the heckler. >> reporter: san francisco, usually a friendly place for president obama, but not so today here in san francisco. the reason -- immigration reform. >> because it's long past time to fix our broken immigration system. >> reporter: for alm
>>> good morning. not again! thousands of people evacuated from los angeles international airport. >> everyone on the ground! everybody get down! >> it happened after a report of shots fired. this just weeks after a gunman sprayed bullets inside that same airport, while on the other side of the country, a passenger's terrifying outburst. >> get [ bleep ] off! there is a bomb on the plane! there is a bomb on the plane! >>> a taste of winter. freezing weather and snow and heavy rain making their way across the country. will this system make a mess of your thanksgiving travel? >>> and brotherly bond. a blind puppy who has his own seeing eye dog. his brother! they have got a new home and they will be be live in our studio "today," saturday november 23rd, 2013. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with lester holt and erica hill, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >>> i'm lester holt. >> i'm erica hill alongside dylan dreyer and chrispen welker who made her way up from washington here to new york. >> goo to see you in the studio. >> i'm not all bundled up outside of the
at 50, headed down south the nicer days are today and tomorrow and near 70 in san diego and los angeles and 74 in palm springs all with sunshine. safe travels. >> san jose is wide open right new and we do not have construction this and certainly no accidents as we take you over to 101, 85 and 280. it is clear. ing in but green. that means you are at top speeds and the nimitz, northbound and southbound direction, you are at top speed. as we look at drive time traffic, antioch to hercules the entire stretch to i-80 westbound is 28 minutes and still in the clear. when you get to 280, traveling to the maze that is 15-minute delay and 87, away from highway 85 to the san jose airport is under ten minutes. clear drive to get you going. >> an investigative report on the connecticut school massacre will be released today at noon. the report by the lead investigator of the state police could provide the first official answers to questions of the young gunman who is accused of killing 20 children and six woke inside the sandy hook elementary. the investigation has drawn criticism for being shroude
pictures at l.a.x. this is air force one just landing in los angeles, california. it is just now arriving in l.a. president obama after a series of fundraisers here in the bay area, will do the same thing down south in the l.a. area. >>> we are not just 73 days until the start of the olympic winter games. today tickets went on sale in russia. many people lined up dropping some big bucks to see the games in person. ticket prices range from $16 for a hockey game to more than $1600 for the opening sceremony. that takes place february 7th right here on nbc. >> thanks for joining us. >> good night. a big storm barrelling across the country just as the thanksgiving travel rush gets underway. a nightmare scenario for tens of millions on the move. >>> the investigation. nearly a year after the tragedy in newtown tonight, what authorities have uncovered about what happened inside that school. the police response, and the 20-year-old gunman. >>> what's the deal? the administration says it is a history-making agreement with iran. the other side labels it an historic mistake, and the stakes are high.
animation in glenndale and a fundraiser at the los angeles home of marta kaufman, creator of the tv series "friends" and there is a stop in san francisco that was not completely friendly. >> what i would like to do -- >> no, no, let me finish. >> how about this. they don't need to go. >> an immigration activist heckled the president, during the speech yesterday. and hugh hong, a recent uc berkeley graduate is an undocumented immigrant from south korea and told kpix why he confronted the president. >> i cannot celebrate thanksgiving week with my family members because of my immigration status. i told him, please, use your executive authority to halt the petition for all undocumented immigrant family members across the country. >> hong said he did not consider it rude to interrupt the president's speech. >>> it is a youtube video that millions have watched in just a week and now the oakland-based startup that created it is dealing with more than all that internet fame. it may be headed to outer co. kpix5 petty -- headed to court. kpix 5 reports it is an issue between the bay area company an
. the ridge of high pressure will be so far away, this low will skirt to our south. los angeles, san diego will get the rain fall, we will not. all the rain stays away. we stay dry for both tomorrow, for your traveling, and also thursday for your celebrating with your family. more clouds and sunshine, it will be a cloudy pattern. we will stay rain-free. watch out next week, it's going to feel like winter. snow level dropping down to 3,000 feet as soon as next tuesday. for your travel day tomorrow, back east, they have all the rain. for us, we'll have clouds, but no rain fall. santa clara, 66. morgan hill 77. mid 60s for walnut creek. 63 in san francisco. berkeley 64. roner park 63. heading up toward clear lake, mainly cloudy, you'll miss the rain fall as well. cloudy for thanksgiving, friday, we'll have the sunshine back for you through the weekend. there's a rogue turkey out there. monday, we cloud back up, that shocks me, and tuesday, look at those highs, mid 50s. snow level dropping, that is also our next chance of rain. we have to find that turkey. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
and los angeles with america's first true high-speed rail, 520 miles between them. travel time three hours. full service is scheduled for 2029. >> what are we looking at here? >> this is the transbay transit center, where high speed rail will come to the u.s. >> reporter: jeff morales is ceo of the california high speed rail authority. this massive construction site in downtown san francisco will become a railway mega station that includes high-speed trains. how fast will they go? >> around 220 miles per hour. we'll be rivalling the systems in japan, spain, elsewhere in europe. >> reporter: california's system will cost at least $68 billion and is now on hold. on monday, a federal judge put the brakes on the project, denied california rail officials the right to sell $8 billion in bonds that voters approved in 2008. but so many americans are fed up with their daily commute, so why has high-speed rail not become a bigger part of american life? >> there's never really been a champion for it, and all the existing transportation industries have done everything they can to block it. >> reporter
is actually from los angeles. who may or may not be gloating. with a slow clap. >> thank you, dan. >>> time to head back to philadelphia, where we find our sam champion at the oldest parade in the land. samuel j.? >> guess who i got, josh. cedric the entertainer, which makes this all great. cedric, i get to say it. you ask america the question every day. "who wants to be a millionaire?" i do. i do. i do. i do. >> i'm glad to do it. that's why i came down here. i wanted to be a part of this great day. and give you a million dollars. >> i love the whole idea. >> you have to throw it off the back of one of these floats. >> i'll throw 30% off the back of the parade float. you have to ride this whole parade route. and it's a chilly day this morning. how are you going to handle that? >> i have some hand warmers. >> that works out. >> i rubbed that all over. >> it is so nice to have you here. ladies and gentlemen, say hello to cedric the entertainer. give a good morning to america. let's get a little weather along the way. one or two things happening this morning as you step outside your door. how
call. (gunshots) "yo >>> a tense standoff in a neighborhood near los angeles ended in gunfire. it all started when police answered a domestic disturbance call. >> we hear the pow, pow, automatic fire shots. >> an officer's bulletproof vest stopped one of those shots. the 45-year-old suspect surrendered last night after nearly nine hours. his girlfriend and her 14-year- old daughter were freed and unharmed. >> police are looking closely at a diary written by the oldest of three arizona sisters held captive for up to two years. tucson police are trying to build a case against the girl's mother and stepfather. investigators say the two younger girls ages 12 and 13 escaped through a bedroom window tuesday and alerted a neighbor. police later discovered the 17- year-old in another room of the house. all three were starved and dirty. >>> iran invited u.n. inspectors to inspect a nuclear reactor under construction. it's believed the reactor would eventually be able to produce plutonium for up to two weapons a year. the agency had some access to the reactor but has not been able to inspect th
failed when he was just 11 years old, he received a transplant from a los angeles teenager that was killed in an accident. the family feeds the homeless once a month and on thanksgiving they honor his donor. >> it's an honor to honor him. it's good to come out and feed for him. since he is not here, and just have a different impact on people's lives. >> he said he hopes that his actions not just on thanksgiving, but every month when he does this will encourage others to be organ donors. >>> it's a tradition in san francisco, but this year, it comes with a twist, a musical twist. the cast broke in to song while helping to serve lunch at the memorial church. ♪ amazing grace ♪ how sweet the sound >> sounds nice, doesn't it? the church serves several thousand people. as they are enjoying the tech boom, there's still a huge problem with the homeless and needy. >> i'm in the shelter. you know? and without this, i would not -- i probably would not be eating today. i would not be eating dinner food, it's beautiful, man. >> in addition to the sit down meal, they gave out over 17
. shoppers. can expect to see something similar to this picket line if los angeles organizing a 3:00 demonstration. the group is part of a larger national effort to organize associated at the biggest retailer. >> illinois liver was beforely hospitalized after being dragged by a car driven by a suspected shoplifter. another officer shot and wounded the driver ending the incident that started with reports of to men steals clothes from a kohl's. officers chased the suspects it a waiting car where the driver ignored orders to stop. an officer was tangled up in the car and dragged. all three suspects are in custody. >> all lanes of westbound 80 are open after a man was hit and killed on the freeway at 12:30 when c.h.p. received reports of a disabled vehicle in the fast lane. the driver tried to run across the freeway to the right shoulder but was hit by one vehicle. firefighters say he died at the scene. c.h.p. closed the westbound lanes for an hour and a half to investigate the scene. >> santa rosa police are searching to men responsible for a violent home invasion robbery. several ar
range of industries. what can we do for you? >> "bbc world news" was presented by kcet, los angeles. >>> welcome back to "newsline." i'm yuko aotani in tokyo. here's some of the stories we're following this hour. >>> the ousted president of egypt has made his first public appearance in months at a court in cairo. >>> u.s. officials say they're looking into exactly what happened in a deadly car crash in beijing's tiananmen square. >>> and chinese leaders believe the latest economic figures show their effort to support tech companies may be paying off. >>> egypt's former president has gone on trial in the capital cairo. mohamed morsi faces charges of inciting murder. nhk world reports. >> reporter: the opening of the trial marked the first time morsi has been seen in public since military leaders overthrew him. morsi took office last year as egypt's first democratically elected president. but military generals removed him in july after protests erupted across the country. demonstrators took to the streets to express frustration over a worsening economy. and deteriorating security. pro
morning lester is in los angeles this morning. i'm sure you got a lot ofleep making your way out thereo be on the show this morning. >> th kind of sleep with the little pillow against the window seat. it worked out. i'outere -- i was vited to be i guess a contestant on hollywood game night, jane lynch's show i've been brushing up on pop culture and trivia. >> are you nrvous at all? >> i actually am. there are a l of celebrities an actors and actresses the shoechlt as the nws guy, i think people expect me to get some of this stuff right. >> so you've been practing non-stop for weeks? >> i want t brin all my producers with me, the people that make me look good. >> remember to bring your rpiece with you. we're gla you made it safely. looking forward to hearing about that. >> we'll tel you more about it, when it's going to run. >>> we have busy morning of news ahead of this. this morning we'll take a look at whether or not the past week was president obama'worst yet in office. still scrambling to fix the health care mess david gregory will be here to talk about where the president will go
, doug. there are development fls the shooting in los angeles that involved the police. >> we are just getting this information into the newsroom. a s.w.a.t. situation in the city of englewood has developed. one officer has been shot in the vest but is alert and conscious. we're showing you the scene in front of the home where the suspect is barricaded inside with two hostages. over a dozen officers are in the area right now. i think we have the live pictures. we're going to show them to you. we do not have them but police say they believe the whole situation began as a domestic dispute. the situation is still developing on the ground. we will continue to update you as we learn more about what's happening there in los angeles. at the live desk, i'm pat lawson muse. >>> vandalism of a space shuttle? new details about a disturbing discovery that led to a nasa investigation. >>> police want to change the way they do things in the light of the tragedy at the navy yard. why not everyone is >>> the skins won't be playing on thanksgiving day tomorrow, but they'll be part of the conversation a
options for saving money. >>> a man with plenty to give thanks for this year. you >>> a los angeles neighborhood is on lone downing. it happened in inglewood an officer was hit in the chest but escaped major injury. s.w.a.t. teams have surrounded the house the gunman barricaded him sxefl a woman the man called police several times, officers first went to the residents after the report of a man hitting a teen-aged girl. >>> a veteran police officer has been charged with six felonies for writing bogus tickets the officer was released on $60,000 bail. according to prosecutors he issued fake tickets to two people who were involved in a lawsuit against him five years ago. now, we'll show you the photo this, man has been arrested overnight for trying to rent a car with a phony id and another person's credit card. he's 31-year-old james gracy. he was wanted for burglary and id theft. they've identified six additional victims >> four and a half months after deadly crash of asiana flight 214 a couple from china now returned home. >> they were among 180 people injured at sfo back in july. >>
>> be glad you're not headed to los angeles. more traffic than usual in l.a. it's a double mess tonight. from the roads to the sky, so far, roads have been pain free, thanksgiving commute here in the bay area, at least when it comes to travel. >> yeah. and everyone has been pleased when it gets to sfo. very few flight delays all day long. still at this hour, the biggest hurdle is going to be if you're planning on parking at the airport, long-term parking is full. much of the short-term parking is almost full. it's likely to stay that way for several days. keep that in mind as you drive to the airport. look over here at security. this is the pretty unbelievable thing, you can base cli walk up, hand them your boarding pass and get right on a plane. the two best words at sfo today could be found all over "on time." >> i actually expected worse. the parting line was very fast. the traffic down here was very quick. >> i travel a lot. i kind of expected there's going to be a bit of con investigatioinvestigatiocongest. >> the reality for most travelers here proved to be much sunnier. >
helped restore his eye sight. aa@a@##h@ >>> a los angeles neighborhood is on lone downing. it happened in inglewood an officer was hit in the chest but escaped major injury. s.w.a.t. teams have surrounded the house the gunman barricaded him sxefl a woman the man called police several times, officers first went to the residents after the report of a man hitting a teen-aged girl. >>> a veteran police officer has been charged with six felonies for writing bogus tickets the officer was released on $60,000 bail. according to prosecutors he issued fake tickets to two people who were involved in a lawsuit against him five years ago. now, we'll show you the photo this, man has been arrested overnight for trying to rent a car with a phony id and another person's credit card. he's 31-year-old james gracy. he was wanted for burglary and id theft. they've identified six additional victims >> four and a half months after deadly crash of asiana flight 214 a couple from china now returned home. >> they were among 180 people injured at sfo back in july. >> and tonight kristin zee has the couple's rema
. it looks like the problems are going to be here towards the west. seattle los angeles expecting rain in the forecast. >> good news for space junkies, it appears that the comet may be in one piece. it circled around the sun. almost 217 miles per hour. through a temperature zone approaching 5,000 degrees farren height. >> my colleague spoke to an amateur photographer who captured ice. >> ison survives, what should skye watchers expect next. >> it's a little hard to say. we are looking at images that are 15 minutes old, and we can see clearly part of the comet is there, the tail is there. thrusters, nuklious isn't as bright as it was. it's still really too early to tell. i doubt we'll see a really super bright comet like they were predicting earlier. >> this was dicey. we didn't find out until a short while ago that it survived. as of about 20 minutes ago all the reports said it had died. then it was already expected to know up in the camera, it didn't show up. it was dim before it went in. it was dim before it came in. i got several emails. about 15-20 minutes ago images of the tail sh
school graduate. my name is ben shapiro from los angeles and i would like to interview you. i imagined that for a lot of those folks because they saw a lot of things you ben shapiro is a jewish name from harvard law school, lives in los angeles, has to be liberal. 99% shocked that this person is going to be on the left. so i would do interviews with folks and i would reinforce the impression. i would ask questions from a progressive viewpoint so instead of asking if they were stacking their shows with political propaganda like the right-wing person i would ask if they felt that they were infusing enough social justice perspectives. you pretend to be a friend of the person or at least you act as though you are on their side and this is what is great about being a partisan journalist. i can do all that. and so i went in and did all that. leonard is the other half and he was the one behind charlie's angels and he did a remake of charlie's angels and a real powerhouse in the industry. he and i headed off. he recognized i was pro- israel so he asked me to go ahead and write up a pilot about
... >> chicago... >> nashville... >> los angeles... >> san francisco... >> al jazeera america, take a new look at news. >>> welcome back. i'm stephanie sy and these are the top stories at this hour. in an al jazeera exclusive, scientists in switzerland say they have evidence that palestinian leader yasser arafat was poisoned. the researchers say their test showed unusually high level was a radioactive substance in arafat's remains. >>> thousands of people in the philippines are moved to safety as the massive typhoon haiyan approaches. the superstorm, which is the largest of the year, is expected to hit tomorrow morning with winds topping 200 miles per hour. >>> and iran is meeting with the permanent members of the security council today in geneva to talk about the nuclear program. there are reports the u.s. is willing to roll back sanctions if iran adwrees to a temporary freeze of the nuclear program. >>> as we mentioned, iran and six world powers are set to resume talks today in geneva to discuss the country's nuclear ambitions. joining us now is a freelance iranian journalist from tehran thi
battle a black eye. in this los angeles walmart two years ago was captured by one customer. >> all the people went in there, started destroying the boks. >> reporter: all this for marked down x-box games. >> people were fighting, trying to get those deals. and one lady with pepper spray just started going at it. >> reporter: was that moment a turning point for walmart? >> certainly. i think we can do a better job at managing crowds and helping customers get in the store, find the item they're looking for and get out. we learned a lot. >> reporter: walmart said this time it's a calmer black friday. orderly lines through the store. shoppers will get wrist bands and rain check tickets to ship item that is will run out. what won't change are the surprise deals through the store. >> 40 seconds and all the people will go crazy. >> reporter: predictably wild that this dad brought his kids to walmart to witness the mayhem firsthan firsthand. >> that's something about black friday, your integrity. >> reporter: these don't care about the mayhem. they thrive on it all year. >> what, eight hou
will deliver a speech pushing immigration reform. tonight he will travel to los angeles. tomorrow he visits the dream works studio to talk about his economic agenda. >>> miley cyrus has a lot of people talking this morning. in los angeles last night, she closed the american music awards by ball. just tin timberlake won three. >> and taylor swift landed the most awards. fans voted her artist of the year. >> this validates that if you voted for this, that we are heartbroken the same way and we fall in love the same way and we're happy the same way. and the fact that you listen to my music means that we're on the same page and i'm 23 and i have no idea what's going to happen to me in my life, but i figure if you decided on something as wonderful as this, then we're pretty much in it together, aren't we. i love you. >> i love you, too. third time taylor swift he were that had honor. the other performances last night, jennifer lopez did a dedication to celia cruise. she changed costumes three times on air. it was a good show. >> i fell asleep early, but i'll go back and look charlie? i'm positit
and not pampering them. for "good morning america," abbie boudreau, abc news, los angeles. >> you can imagine, a lot of reaction coming into this. here was jason mccann on twitter. does he agree with stephanie? i do not agree. i was bullied. when i tried to toughen up, it made my life worse. she doesn't know how mean kids can get. but j. emmett cole says everybody should have a degree of toughness. the world can be a tough place and sheltering helping nobody. tammy gold, our expert, where do you come down? >> i think we need to teach children resilience. we don't need to be tougher on them or have them experience toughness. we need to teach them how to handle adversity. how to handle uncomfortable feelings and give them tools to punch through the other side. >> how would you suggest doing that? >> so, a couple things. you need to teach them how to build frustration tolerance. how to identify, i'm feeling angry. i'm feeling upset and what does that feel like? and sit with that feeling. number two, teach them how to express themselves, using "eyi" statements. i feel uncomfortable. i don't like the way
of the country. i would expect it's going to be sweaters and stuff that keeps you warm. what about los angeles? >> so a lot of the west is, especially in the weekend, is going to be near seasonal, maybe even a little bit warmer. but that being said, you know, there's still opportunities pretty much throughout the united states. but the biggest opportunity, frankly, is in the consuming east, in the midwest where most of those items are sold, those cold weather items. but it does still get cold in los angeles, seattle, so they will sell sweaters and fleece and other items as well. weather's all local. adam: so the cold weather, does that make us part with our money from your statistics any more rapidly than when it's warm? >> it does. you know, it's all about need-based purchasing. so when thewet's warm, we might think about maybe not buying a cold weather item, maybe electronics. but when the weather's cold, it impacts what goes in your basket. so this weekend for folks that are out looking for gifts and it's cold outside, they're going to be looking for those gift-giving items, blankets and bo
majority of pizza huts are closed on thanksgiving. for cbs this morning, carter evans, los angeles. >> the national retail federation estimates up to 140 million people will shop this weekend. stores are banking on it. jill is here this morning. good morning to you. i find myself really upset because i feel like i'm already behind the curve. is the backlash worth opening the day before? >> it depends. it's estimated that 33 million people will be shopping today. we won't be one of them but that's okay. the key is retailers are trying to get us into the stores earlier and earlier. the more we are in the stores or online, the higher the potential to spend money. i talked to retail analysts. they say this is silly. all we're doing is stretching the holiday season out this first weekend. doesn't matter. but the results will tell us that 33 million people spend a the lot of money today, it will be a good thing. >>. if they wouldn't be open if they weren't making money. overall from the holiday sales, what are you expecting? >> the national retail federation says we shou
. >> reporter: in los angeles, people camping out for days. >> got here monday night. >> i have been here ten hours. >> reporter: americans by the millions rushing stores with turkey in their bellies hoping to score the deal of the year. retailers scrambling to keep up. >> last year, in the first hour, we did 10 million transactions in our registers, just the first hour. >> more stores opening earlier than ever before. the best news for shoppers this year, the deals are better than ever. average discount 35% off, up from 25% in 2010. bargains to fill every room in the house. for the kitchen, kohls selling this kitchen aid mixer, before 229, now $101 or how about a new tv for the family room. this 39", usually 330 now 170 at best buy. the laundry room this washer and dryer set at kmart. first 670, now 500 bucks. the deals this year as sweet as pecan pie, rebecca jarvis, abc news, new york. >> there are few redeemable qualities about black friday when you look at video of that and think that's what i'm in for. i already said i'm going and i decided to go today but you hear stories of violence a
. but you're also going to get slightly stormy. yes, i said a little stormy. near los angeles and san diego, some rough surf and rip currents possible. look at the numbers. reno, today, will be drier at 55. palm springs, 62. i'll leave you with a look across the country. your local forecast coming up in just 30 seconds. >>> and here a look at live doppler radar. a clear start to our week end. a look towards mount diablo, high clouds and morning haze to get us going. our high for today going to be topping out in the mid to upper 60s for much of the bay area. a look at my accuweather forecast, nice and dry today. come monday, a seg drop in temperatures with a chance of moisture on tuesday into >> more than a foot of lake-effect snow fell in michigan. now, it moves east. parts of new york and pennsylvania, we'll be talking about that in the next half-hour. >> how do you feel about the weather? >> i like snow. >> weather geek. i say that in the most affectionate way. thank you, ginger. >>> and coming up here on "gma," it's a medical mystery. the rare condition that almost cost one dad everythin
. >>> and the "los angeles times" takes a look at saturn. their ghostly rings are backlit wi the sun. >> beautiful. >>> freeze warnings in place for much of the southeast. heavy snow fell overnight. in stevensville, michigan, more than a foot of snow fell yesterday. >> announcer: this national weather report sponsored by smooth melting lindor lindt. chocolate beyond compare. >>> a search to find loved ones in the wrath of typhoon haiyan. >> you're okay. >> they're okay. that's fantastic. >> how one family found each other after a desperate journey that spanned thousands of miles. >> thank you, lord. >>> killer whales at the con ten sus court case. seaworld fights to get its animals back in the water. >>> plus, the story behind lululemon. >> i'm sad. really sad. >> the unusual apology for the comments he made about the company's see-through pants. the news is back here on "cbs this morning." stay tuned for your local news. >> announcer: this portion of "cbs this morning" sponsored by kay jewelers. every kiss begins with kay. adges and internets. everything needs a battery. oh, hank. merry christmas
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